There has been as big a movement to get people to vote in the 2020 election as any election cycle in our history. Voter advocacy groups as both as the political parties and the Minnesota Secretary of State’s Office are going to great lengths to get as complete voter participation as possible.
As part of that effort, Tuesday, Sept. 22 has been designated as National Voter Registration Day.
For those who aren’t sure if they’re registered to vote – some register when they renew driver’s licenses and may not be positive that they’re registered and they are.
To find out if you’re already a registered voter, click on the following link:
If you have never registered to vote, it can be done quickly and easily by clicking here: https://www.sos.state.mn.us/elections-voting/register-to-vote/
The goal of National Voter Registration Day is take make sure that everyone who has the ability to vote is given that opportunity. Regardless of party affiliation the hope is that the elections of 2020 get the maximum amount of turnout as residents exercise one of the most sacred rights we have as Americans – to determine who will lead our country, state, county, city and township.